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Here we are with a new incremental update to our latest Golem release. While it’s still backwards-compatible with the 0.20.x line, it’s a significant improvement over the previous version.
The highlights of the new release are:
- A major improvement to our gWASM environment - namely the verification by redundancy, which allows us to detect misbehaving nodes and is an important step towards making gWASM available on mainnet
- A much-revamped Blender verifier component, which should make verification of the Blender results significantly more stable, consistent and robust
- A new, smaller and faster Golem CLI executable implemented in Rust
- Improved support for Golem Unlimited in Brass Golem, at last enabling Golem Unlimited clusters as viable providers for the Brass network
- Rewritten Linux installer allowing now for an easier and better synchronization of releases of various Golem components and which will become the basis of our upcoming, new build system.
With the mainnet release of gWASM looming on the horizon, we would really like to encourage the more adventurous of you to have a stab at either creating your own WASM app running on Golem Brass or just using our sample gWASM app - gflite to test the new verification mechanism.
For the full list of changes, please consult our release changelog.
Upgrading to Brass Golem Beta 0.20.2
Download and execute the installer from our release server.
If you’re upgrading from versions prior to 0.19.x, be aware that Brass Golem Beta 0.19+ uses Docker for Windows. Docker for Windows comes with a new type of virtualization support: Hyper-V (Windows Server Virtualization) in place of the old Docker Toolbox. ...
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